Diane Hunt
Diane Hunt

Vets SHOULD BE ALLOWED to help reunite dogs with their owners!

Rebecca Godson
Rebecca Godson
  • Diane Hunt

Yes Vets should be allowed to reunite
Families .

Jayne Svetanoski
Jayne Svetanoski
  • Diane Hunt

YOU HAVE TO SEND AN EMAIL PLEASE>> HAVE YOUR SAY: Should vets be allowed to reunite lost dogs with their owners?

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Elaine Davis
Elaine Davis

I THINK THE VET SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND THE ANIMALS OWNERS THEY SHELTERS SAY THEY DO NOT HAVE THE TIME TO DO THIS AND IF THE VET CAN DO THIS IT WOULD MAKE IT EASIER ON THE SHELTERS

George Russell
George Russell
  • Elaine Davis

It would be a good idea if vets could help to reunite lost pets with their owners.

Vicki Connell
Vicki Connell
  • Elaine Davis

Shelters take in so many animals every day if a vet can help in getting pets and owners back together I think it would save innocent lives.

Jennifer J Pieries Vandort
Jennifer J Pieries Vandort
  • Elaine Davis

Or if their owner has mistreated the animal they should give it to the shelter and find a good home for the poor guy

Monique Gobits
Monique Gobits

I agree, if the owners are good for their pets

Christine Hornecker
Christine Hornecker
  • Monique Gobits

Bien sur , je suis tout à fait d'accord !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Linda L MacRae
Linda L MacRae

A no brainer question??? Yes, most certainly, vets should be allowed to re-unite with their dogs.

Louane Virgilio Frey
Louane Virgilio Frey
  • Linda L MacRae

Of course pets should be united! It should be a given.

Charlotte Seavers
Charlotte Seavers
  • Linda L MacRae

I agree. Let vets reunite pets with their owners. It makes me sick to think that Bear and Kooda were put down. I don't think they look like pit bulls. They look like mixed breeds to me. They're what we call Heinz 57s.

Leila Samrad
Leila Samrad

I don't understand why this is even an issue. Surely, if it is possible to reunite pets with their humans, every conceivable avenue, including vets, should be used and explored to allow this to happen. What is the issue?

Sheila Schaefer
Sheila Schaefer
  • Leila Samrad

I agree - this shouldn't even be an issue. I would think Vets have an obligation to return lost pets to their forever homes. I had a cat stolen from me and taken to a city 60 miles away. It took him 4 months, but he made his way home. Some people just don't seem to understand the bond between humans and their beloved fur babies. Animals love too!

Frances Renegar
Frances Renegar

Yes vets should be allowed to unite pets with their owners its the right thing to do and must be done.

Wilhelmina Vanputten
Wilhelmina Vanputten
  • Frances Renegar

agreed if it wasn't for micropchipping it would be a difficult task ...my friends dogs was surrended by the people who took her, when they had to take her to the vet it was discovered that they didn't own the dog and my friend got her dog back

Rosemarie Temple-Smith
Rosemarie Temple-Smith

Yes!!!!

Gloria de la Rosa
Gloria de la Rosa
  • Rosemarie Temple-Smith

Yes!! Totally agree!!!

Jeffrey Bennett
Jeffrey Bennett

I agree but if Pet Owners do not chip their dog or Cat then they are fools and have nobody to blame but themselves

Maria Garcia-Eggly
Maria Garcia-Eggly
  • Jeffrey Bennett

@JBennet We can't make stupid people do the right thing, why should the animals pay for their stupidity? It's about saving the lives of innocent animals! Geez! What a heartless cretin!

Karen Negrin
Karen Negrin

I am a vet. and an animal control officer. I don't understand this post at all since VETS DO REUNITE ANIMALS. We do this all the time. My clients bring me lost animals all the time and I do scan for a chip every time. If I find the owner, I turn the animal back in to the owner. If I don't, the law requires that I turn give it to the animal control officer in charge of the town where the animal was found or at least to notify the officer where the dog is being held for the 7 days...

I am a vet. and an animal control officer. I don't understand this post at all since VETS DO REUNITE ANIMALS. We do this all the time. My clients bring me lost animals all the time and I do scan for a chip every time. If I find the owner, I turn the animal back in to the owner. If I don't, the law requires that I turn give it to the animal control officer in charge of the town where the animal was found or at least to notify the officer where the dog is being held for the 7 days (required holding time in NJ) waiting to see if an owner turns up. And as far as all pounds want to do is kill, then you need to work at a pound before making such a comment. I also cover a county shelter where we reunite animals, prosecute animal abusers, and adopt plenty of animals. We cannot save them all but we do our best to do so. So there are some shelters that don't care but most do. And the vets. that work there try to do what is best for the animals.

Alex Morrow
Alex Morrow
  • Karen Negrin

Did you click the link to see the story that went with this? I saw your post and agreed with you but then I saw the link for the story and now understand why this is asking for support. Nothing against the vets, we know they are there to help.

Sharon Dieben
Sharon Dieben

Please owners chip your dogs it could mean their lives, too many animals are put down because they look like certain breeds or lost. If you truly love your pets than C HIP them.

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